Infantino Sync Comfort Wrap Carrier, Black/Red (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Simplified design makes wrapping easier
- Non stretch woven panels keep baby close and snug
- Soft knit straps comfortably wrap around you and baby creating a c ounce y and supportive overlay
- Adjustable lumbar belt provides ultimate back support
- 4 carrying positions grow with baby: infant hug hold, facing in c ounce y time, hip hugging, backpack exploring
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As long as you are properly using the wrap, it is extremely safe. The panels are wrapped around multiple times, in multiple areas so there's no risk of them falling out. Just make sure you double knot the final tie. I have used wraps with both of my children and have never had an incident of them falling out.
The colored design part isn't made with the same stretchy material as the rest of it is. They are actually woven panels which help to prevent stretching with wear. And the panels are breathable and light-weight so you don't have to worry about you or your baby getting too hot.
The back position was the hardest for me to get situated in. It says it takes two people... and they're right! You need someone to help hold the child on your back and properly spread the panels, so there's no chance of them tumbling out.
Babybjorn Baby Carrier Air- Grey/White: This is THE BEST carrier for newborns!! It is so soft, bendable (not stiff), breathable, and comfortable. I highly recommend this one for newborns. However, my baby girl is now 11 months old (17 lbs) and it starts to hurt your back after an hour or so. You can have the newborn face forward and towards your chest. The position facing forward at 11 months looks comfortable for the baby. Since it is mesh, the crouch part is soft and doesn't spread open her legs too far (unlike the other Babybjorn ones). BABYBJORN Baby Carrier Air - Gray/White, Mesh
Ergo Baby Carrier: This is great for the back position! She is comfortable in the front but she always thinks its a challenge to try to get out. Unlike the Infantino Sync Comfort Wrap- where she will fall asleep and cuddle up with me. It is also harder to put on compared to the Babybjorn Carrier Air. I didn't get to try this one when she was younger. There is a big space for the baby and I bet if you wrap them up in blankets it could work. I have tried to breastfeed in this one. My breasts are not saggy so it is hard to adjust the breast for the baby to get. I will try loosening the straps different ways to see if I can be more effective in this one. I love the idea that I can breastfeed in a carrier.Read more ›
The ONLY issue I have is the fact that I am short 5'3" with a short torso so the black stretchy part is ridiculously long and there is no way of putting it on without it dragging on the floor. BUT at least that part doesn't touch the baby at all and never will. My son does get a little fussy on the wrapping process but as soon as I have him settled in he gets quiet and calms down.If you watch the video on here for the infant hold, it is pretty darn easy to do it on your own, by yourself! It was to me anyway.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
New to babywearing & love mine. My 3 month old hates the Mei Tai but loves this wrap. Simple to use in my opinion.Published 1 month ago by LaShaunda Vandiver
Using it a lot for my youngest baby. She loves it. And I can bond with her while doing house work or going out.Published 5 months ago by A. Arie
I am a hardcore baby wearer, and I spend way too much time salivating over all the beautiful and expensive hand-made options out there. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rachel
Our son is now two and we still find yourself grabbing this wrap when he falls asleep and we are on the go. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mom of Three!
I love this!
But that's also probably because I love my moby wrap and ring sling as well.
This isn't for people who like the ergo, or any other structured carrier. Read more
my new son hated this. It was just too much work and so uncomfortable for the both of us. It took 2 people to get on the first time. We tried every pdf and youtube video. Read morePublished 9 months ago by MitchellFamily
I felt it wasn't secure enough when my babies had less head control and by the time they had more control the carriers were easier and faster.Published 11 months ago by Lillismarts